Love. Avoid, if at all possible. Having said that, you've presumably visited this article to learn about love, which implies that either; you have such a pathetic love life that you're turning to a Star Wars humour wiki to learn about it; or you are looking for a humorous and witty perspective on the subject.
Either way, you're probably going to be disappointed.
Just get down to it!Edit
Seeing as you're continuing to read this far into the article, I'm going to presume you actually want some solid information on love. So, you wanna know what love is? You want me to show you? You wanna feel what love is? You know I can show you? Well, through the medium of a Star Wars humour wiki, it appears.
The down and dirty factsEdit
- "Definition: 'Love' is making a shot to the knees of target 120 kilometers away using an Aratech sniper rifle with a tri-light scope. Statement: This definition, I am told, is subject to interpretation. Obviously, love is a matter of odds. Not many meatbags could make such a shot, and fewer would derive love from it. Yet for me, love is knowing your target, putting them in your targeting reticle, and together, achieving a singular purpose, against statistically long odds."
- ―HK-47 puts in his two cents on love
Love, (verb., which is a doing word, huh-huh-huh) is a sensation felt by people who have a romantic obsession with other people (healthy or otherwise). Commonly "love" only occurs between two people; any more, and... well, if it's not polygamy, you're probably looking for a lemon party. Anyway, this will occasionally result in a full-blown relationship with lots of adult happenings that we're all way to immature to write about with any great authority, although more often than not it leads to extended bouts of medium to severe depression, angst and suicide. This is generally accepted as a highly accurate definition of love.
Delving into the pleasure holeEdit
Scientific scientists studying the science of Star Wars in scientific institutes of science oft posit the theory that love in Star Wars does not actually exist. This is easily explained when one considers the idea that the characters who are, supposedly, in love are in fact actors, who are more than likely not in love. Similarly, love in the Expanded Universe does not exist, as love, a many spleandoured thing, cannot accurately be written down or drawn; concordantly, if it cannot be written or drawn, it cannot exist in the EU; ergo, it is not cannon, and therefore this article shouldn't even be h--